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N4S Tesdrive starting process how to logon

some how , I cant get logon into the sap netweaver testdrive 2004s, instaled on suse 10.3.- x86_64

I instaled from shell installsap.sh that come from the DVD.iso and there was no error messanges .

the file ifcfg-eth0 contens:

BOOTPROTO='dhcp'

BROADCAST=''

ETHTOOL_OPTIONS=''

IPADDR='172.16.1.41/16'

MTU=''

NAME='Dell Optiplex GX620'

NETMASK='255.255.0.0'

NETWORK=''

REMOTE_IPADDR=''

STARTMODE='auto'

USERCONTROL='no'

IPADDR_0='192.168.155.1/24'

NETMASK_0='255.255.255.0'

LABEL_0='0'

the file /etc/hosts contents:

127.0.0.1 localhost

  1. special IPv6 addresses

::1 localhost ipv6-localhost ipv6-loopback

fe00::0 ipv6-localnet

ff00::0 ipv6-mcastprefix

ff02::1 ipv6-allnodes

ff02::2 ipv6-allrouters

ff02::3 ipv6-allhosts

172.16.1.41 linux64.gateway.wire.net linux64

192.168.155.1 n4shost

127.0.0.2 linux64.site linux64

172.16.1.41 linux64 linux64

172.16.1.40 servidor.gateway.wire.net

the file services have this contens:

sapmsN4S 3600/tcp # SAP System Message Port

sapdp01 3201/tcp # SAP System Dispatcher Port

sapdp01s 4701/tcp # SAP System Dispatcher Security Port

sapgw01 3301/tcp # SAP System Gateway Central Ins Port

sapgw01s 4801/tcp # SAP System Gateway Security Port

sapdp00 3200/tcp # SAP System Dispatcher Port

sapdp00s 4700/tcp # SAP System Dispatcher Sec Port

sapgw00 3300/tcp # SAP System Gateway Cen Ins Port

sapgw00s 4800/tcp # SAP System Gateway Security Port

sapdp99 3299/tcp # SAP System Dispacher Port

sapdbni72 7269/tcp

sql6 7210/tcp # SAP DB

this config come from shell install in the DVD.

so I start sap whit command startsap n4shost

no errors is show

with in a internal network

reading with in this forums I start the * saprouter -r -S 3299*

and

using * ./guistart /H/linux64/S/3299/W/pasale*

show

ERROR

15.10. 12:21:57.064 ERROR: GuiNiReaderThread: read failed: Error: internal error

Location: SAProuter 38.0 on 'linux64'

Wed Oct 15 12:21:57 2008

Release 700

Component NI (network interface), version 38

rc = -93, module nirout.cpp, line 2281

Detail NiRClientHandle: route expected

ERROR

15.10. 12:21:57.216 ERROR: AgiLibAdaptor::onParsed(): connection proxy or ACL is NULL!

ERROR

15.10. 12:21:57.354 ERROR: GuiConnection: Connection Error

Error: internal error

Location: SAProuter 38.0 on 'linux64'

Wed Oct 15 12:21:57 2008

Release 700

Component NI (network interface), version 38

rc = -93, module nirout.cpp, line 2281

Detail NiRClientHandle: route expected

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you can see that there is connection because show Saprouter version 38.0

whats is wrong all the config come from shell DVD

it is pending some starting steps ?

also netstat -t TCP show

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Active Internet connections (w/o servers)

Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State

tcp 0 0 linux64.gateway:sapdp99 servidor:bytex ESTABLISHED

tcp 0 0 linux64.gateway:sapdp00 servidor:us-gv ESTABLISHED

tcp 0 0 linux64.gateway.2:58403 linux64.gateway:sapdp00 ESTABLISHED

tcp 0 0 linux64.gateway:sapdp00 linux64.gateway.2:58403 ESTABLISHED

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you can see the service sapdp00 ESTABLISED

I need help on this , I have a leased Computer

maybe NW4S is not for SAPGUI enviroment I don't know

I have been reading a lot of documentation but I can't get the full idea.

if these error is for Saproutertab file then give me an example I can use with in my network.

Thank you and

regards

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2008 at 07:57 PM

    Hi Marco,

    Your saproutta has

    S linux64.gateway.2wire.net

    S n4shost

    S servidor.gateway.2wire.net

    p linux64.gateway.2wire.net servidor.gateway.2wire.net 3200 pasale

    P * * sapdp00

    p * linux64.gateway.2wire.net 3200

    p * 172.16.1.41 3200

    P * 172.16.1.42 3200

    meaning your dispatcher is running on port 3200 but why you are trying with command " ./guistart /H/linux64/S/3201"

    syntax is ./guistart /H/sap router host/S/router portno/H/sap host name/S/dispatcher port number

    so use ./guistart /H/ linux64/S/3299/H/172.16.1.41/S/3200

    It will work.

    Thanks,

    Kiran.

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    • Former Member Hannes Kuehnemund

      Thank Hannes problem solve

      you put me into the right Direcction

      the file dev_disp show dispacher shutdown imeditly

      and in file stderr4

      Command: ig.sapN4S_DVEBMGS01

      -mode=profile

      pf=/usr/sap/N4S/SYS/profile/N4S_DVEBMGS01_n4shost

      Warning: tmpfs at /dev/shm is configured quite small with 496 MB! Minimum value is 8192 MB.

      Recommended size is 75 % of RAM + swap.

      -


      so I insert more fisical memory to the computer 2G and also the system show same problem .

      I insert the line into /etc/fstab

      tmpfs /dev/shm tmpsf size=4G 00

      and the system show the same error the I relaice that I need to change the line into

      /usr/sap/N4S/SYS/profile/N4S_DVEBMGS01_n4shost

      em/address_space_MB = 8192

      into this line

      " em/address_space_MB = 512 "

  • Posted on Oct 16, 2008 at 07:10 AM

    Dear Marco,

    the SCS runs on port 3200, the normal Dispatcher on 3201. Therefore, just use:

    ./guistart /H/linux64/S/3201
    

    to connect with the JavaGUI

    Thanks,

    Hannes

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    • Hi Marco,

      I'm still very curious, why you are using the saprouter ...

      Is your client machine the same as the server or do you have separate machines? If it is the same, use

      ./guistart /H/n4ahost/S/3201
      

      to connect. If they are separate, can you telnet to that port by

      telnet <hostname> 3201
      

      do you get any response? If not, the system may no be started. They you have to check dev_ms, dev_disp, and dev_w*

      Thanks,

      Hannes

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